By law (Family Educational Rights
and Privacy Act of l974), students at Monroe Community College are
entitled to full access to their educational records, the right to challenge
the content of their records, and the right to limit the release of such
records without their written consent.
Records" means information or data recorded in any medium which
is directly related to a student and which is maintained by the College
or a person acting for the College. By law, medical records, security
records, financial records of parents, personal notes of teachers or
administrators which are not available to any third party, and directory
information have been excluded from educational records.
Details pertaining to the location
and content of educational records; the names of persons having
access to and responsibility for the maintenance of such records; and
the policies and procedures related to record access, review, and challenge,
are available in the Office of Student Services (1-300).
refers to a student's name, address, telephone listing, date and
place of birth, major field of study, dates of attendance, class schedule,
awards and degrees received, most recent previous educational agency
attended, participation in officially recognized activities and sports,
and weight and height of members of athletic teams. This information
may be made public by the College for all but those students who indicate
within the first three weeks of classes that any or all of the information
so designated should not be released without their prior consent.
If you wish to restrict the release
of any or all directory information that pertains to you, you must notify
the Office of Student Services within the first three weeks of classes
Click here to access the FERPA release form.